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he chart below shows the level of participation in education and science in developing and industrialised countries in 1980 and 1990. v.1

he chart below shows the level of participation in education and science in developing and industrialised countries in 1980 and 1990. v. 1
The first bar graph illustrates the information about an average year of schooling while the second graph demonstrates the scientists and technicians per 1000 person and third graph represents the expenditure of researches and development in 1980 and 1990. All graph details are divided in to two sections (developing countries and industrial countries) also Third graph units are measured in a billion. Overall, industrial countries were increased in all categorize rather than developing countries. Turn to first chart, In 1980, the typical years of schooling in developing countries were presented approximately 2 years but industrial countries were over 8 years. Besides, when 1990, learning years of children in poor regions were slightly climbed up and other group has been considerably developed to over 10 years. However, the different between these two types of countries had been grown from 6 years to the nearest 7 years. Furthermore, the number of scientists and technicians in developed countries were exceeded developing countries in given two years. The gap between regions of two types was improved 1990 than in 1980. According to another graph, it has declined in the vegetative countries on spending money on research and sustainable development but, technical countries represented a major improvement for the construction in 1990 rather than 1980.
The
first
bar
graph
illustrates the information about an average
year
of schooling while the second
graph
demonstrates the scientists and technicians per 1000 person and third
graph
represents the expenditure of researches and development in 1980 and 1990. All
graph
details
are divided
in to
two sections
(developing
countries
and industrial
countries)
also
Third
graph
units
are measured
in a billion.
Overall
, industrial
countries
were increased
in all categorize
rather
than
developing
countries.

Turn to
first
chart, In 1980, the typical years of schooling in
developing
countries
were presented
approximately 2 years
but
industrial
countries
were over 8 years.
Besides
, when 1990, learning years of children in poor regions were
slightly
climbed up and other group has been
considerably
developed to over 10 years.
However
, the
different
between these two types of
countries
had
been grown
from 6 years to the nearest 7 years.

Furthermore
, the number of scientists and technicians in developed
countries
were exceeded
developing
countries
in
given
two years. The gap between regions of two types was
improved
1990 than in 1980. According to another
graph
, it has declined in the vegetative
countries
on spending money on research and sustainable development
but
, technical
countries
represented a major improvement for the construction in 1990
rather
than 1980.
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21Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
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